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President Kenyatta’s final say on revenue allocation

President Uhuru Kenyatta has on Thursday addressed thecontroversial Revenue allocation proposal by Governors saying that the NationalGovernment does not have money.

Speaking during the memorial service of the late PeterKenneth’s mother, President Uhuru Kenyatta urged the Governors to use theavailable resources given unto them.

He continued by saying that the aggrieved parties will notbe given what they did not saw but instead use the one allocated to them.

“You cannot eat what you have not sowed. We want our Counties to work but if you claim what is not there where will it come from?” Said, President Uhuru.

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The National Treasury has come under heavy criticism by theCouncil of Governors on revenue sharing criteria between the NationalGovernment and the county government.

Filing a request at the Supreme Court to advice on the issue, CJ David Maraga called on both parties to hold dialogue as it is a matter of the legislature.

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He, however, promised to work on it if need be but insisted both parties come with a solution to the problem.

Currently, the Senate proposed counties to be allocated Ksh 335 billion while the National government stood at Ksh 310 billion.

President Kenyatta's final say on revenue allocation
Berryl Achieng
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